Peninsula Airlie Beach
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... prescription for the tablets. In exchange for a very insignificant fee, we are now supposedly well protected against Malaria for a good few weeks. When I say insignificant I mean a fraction of the price you'd pay back home in the UK. Emily and Simon paid £50 a month each, we've paid $9 for two months each. That's about £3 a month. We'll see come May if these tablets work, or if in fact we've just been given fancy Strepsils! Back at the campsite we noticed a ...
... area and the coral takes a long time to grow. Needless to say, our snorkelling didn't last as long this time out. We swam back to the boat and took off our wet suits. Then it was time for a shower and of course we were given another "cuppa" and snacks. While we sailed to our last location for this night, we were given nachos to snack on. They were incredible! As we got closer to our destination for the night, we were able to see a ...
... we slept the majority of the trip. We arrived here midday and it rained (often times heavy) throughout the afternoon - we can't seem to escape rainy seasons! We checked in for our trip tomorrow, walked around the main street and had dinner.
Since we'll have no internet access on the boat, we'll check in from Sydney as after we return, we almost immediately hop on a flight to Sydney, which is our last city to visit before leaving Australia.
... For all the budding Attenboroughs out there, Fraser Island is an amazing place - the world's largest island made entirely from sand (120km long & 15km wide) yet home to a unique tropical ecosystem, where the rainforest has evolved to thrive on what is basically an enormous sand dune. We caught the ferry across for a 2 day tour, journeying around the island on a 42 seater 4x4 bus. There are no roads on Fraser, only "uneven" sand tracks, ...
... we was off I felt more comfortable, it was soo cool!! I drove us to the southerness point of the island and we climbed up to the Clift and the view was amazing.. Once we all came back, the annoying German Linas drove round to the champagne pools, which where pretty but it was salt water and not very nice.. We was casually sunbathing when a massive cloud came over and it started to rain so everyone packed up and we went back to the 4wd's, we then ...
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